Re: Test Message
Date: Sun, 19 Feb 2012 07:21:05 +1100
Eric wrote,on my timestamp of 19/02/2012 4:25 AM:
>> Can you perceive the difference between "tend" and "are"?
>> No? Forget it then.
>> No use arguing anything else...
> I have no idea what your point is. "tend to" is a common English
> construct meaning "usually but not always", which is exactly what I
> meant to say.
business must be slow at giganews, these days... Received on Sat Feb 18 2012 - 14:21:05 CST